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Jul 5, 2012 4:30am EDT
this grill. yes, an 18 wheeler. this is the world's largest smoker and grill stopped by in texas for the fourth of july holiday. the history channel. the owner of the grill was a former big rig driver and people were able to take that rig and the truck is loaded with charcoal and wood. that my friend -- that's fantastic. is a smoker. let me tell you something. something about the open flame and raw meat. grills. >> how -- think about the burgerric make out of that -- you can make out of that thing you know? >> all the burgers. you got to accommodate for that you got the roll. >> send that over to channel 2. nice little cookout in the back. >> maybe too hot for a cookout today though. >> never too hot for a cookout. >> really? >> never too hot. >> you dropped the man card and said 100-degree temperatures? i don't care. >> exactly. here's what's going on this morning and not bad out there. mr. charlie there sir. nice shot downtown. we had a great night festivities fireworks went off. without a hitch. and we were talking about some storms well down to the south. take a look at them
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Jul 16, 2012 4:30am EDT
the people stuck. >>> two people died in texas when lightning struck a tree surrounded by spectators at a texas came. streets have been flooded leaving homeowners with a soggy mess. >>> storms were scattered. you say behind the storms, could be a change in the weather. >> yes. we are going to be dealing with a few showers and thunderstorms as we go throughout the day. that will continue as we go throughout the week, it's going to be hot and humid. we will have lots of energy to work with. the satellite and radar, not a lot going on across the nation. like you said, dealing with scattered showers, popping up as we go through time. we will see more of that possible in to this afternoon. look at the satellite and radar, my eye is on this cell, thunderstorm diving down to pennsylvania, that could make its way in to the area through the morning and also the afternoon. we will see if that fizzles out. one isolated storm we will be talking about. we will have a chance for more in to the afternoon. the heat and the humidity the main concern as we go through the next several days again. 72 de
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Jul 10, 2012 4:30am EDT
. >>> new video of angry passengers at an airport in dallas, texas. they had to make an emergency landing after a cease disruption on their flight. ñ' >>> five things you need to know on this tuesday morning. leaders from maryland food bank and at&t will open a new network enhancing connectivity, allowing the staff to be in contact with one another throughout the workday. >>> stephanie rawlings blake is joining notre dame helping kick off the national cancer prevention study, the american cancer society is looking for volunteers to help researchers understand the genetic environmental and lifestyle factors that cause and prevent cancer. president obama and his wife are on the campaign trail. first lady in florida for events in orlando and miami. the president is rallying supporters in cedar rapids, iowa. republican in nominee, mitt romney, a town hall meeting this afternoon. new report reveals areas in the u.s. where houses are being sold where homeowners owe less than a hundred dollars in overdue property taxes. according to the report the most at risk include elderly and poor homeowner
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Jul 19, 2012 4:30am EDT
had been seized in a pit bull sanctuary in texas. now rescuers say the dogs were living in filth. they were living in cramped tight cages, some were actually laying in their own waste. authorities say that they were alerted to the situation by a former employee of the sanctuary. the dogs are being treated and evaluated by vets. >>> all right, how far would you go to avoid jail time? in indiana it was one faking his own death. wade mers berger left a fake suicide note on a bridge railing last month but instead of going down below he actually started posting on youtube. he was tracked down on tuesday night. he came up with the man after finding out he would have to go back to prison for voting his parole. -- violating his parole. >>> all themed was a roof of -- they wanted was a roof over their heads. >> preston mitch um caught up with a baltimore family who has the community to thank for making their dreams come true. >> reporter: a heartfelt reunion -- >> i treat my students at school like they are my own kids. >> reporter: back in june, abc2 news brought you the story of darlene
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Jul 6, 2012 4:30am EDT
rapid transit van slamming into stopped cars. this is in dallas texas. as a result two people had to go to the hospital, the driver on paid leave, that crash is under investigation. people driving around york road can expect more congestion today, that water main that broke on wednesday was fix and had broke on thursday and was fixed again. southbound lane will be closed until the road is repaired, and repaving is complete. >>> starting tomorrow going through the weekend, the african-american festival we were going it talk about earlier in the show, let's talk about it now, one of the big issues this morning and all weekend long is going to be the sherrie johnson live this morning for information you need to know not only about the festival but the heat. >> reporter: we are live here at the stadium, this weekend the african-american festival kicks off and starts tomorrow at noon. this morning i have shaloda with gray bow media. good morning, this is so exciting, the 35th year for this festival, its changed names but still a wonderful event, over 5000 people attend this event yearly, one
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Jul 4, 2012 4:30am EDT
facility in fort worth texas and further examination. he's expected another hearing sometime in august. -- expected to have another hearing sometime in august. >>> if you look closely you can see a dog on the cliff in oregon. it took rescuers several hours to get daisy to safety. crews tried to lower a trap containing food to get her out but that didn't work. they climbed down the mountain and rescued her. the owner says she disappeared about a week ago and it's unclear how daisy ended up on the cliff. >>> while you might be stock up on 4th of july celebration items, there are stores stocking up on something else. >> they are hearing the sounds of school bells, school bells and it's july 4th. we have the story. >> reporter: pools, picnics and pyrotechnicians have place at the summer table. >> i didn't come here for back to school supplies. >> reporter: but summer make room for sales of back to school bags, books and bics bombarding customers in this target in lehigh county noid july 4th. my good-- >> it's only july 4th they are rushing it. >> reporter: several weeks and school a
ABC
Jul 23, 2012 4:30am EDT
crash in south texas. that happened in the town of goal add 100 -- goal goe lee add in -- goliad. all victims were in the same pickup truck. police are not saying how bad conditions are this morning. >>> it's 4:32. we are getting new information out of aurora colorado. that shooting that killed 12 and injured 58. james holmes sits in solitary confinement and the president arrived in colorado sunday offering support and condolences to those who lost their lives. sherrie johnson is here this morning and many of us couldn't take our eyes off the newsreports as they kept unfolding this past weekend. >> reporter: that's right. we learned this morning 24-year- old james holmes, theaccused shooter will appear in court. university of colorado officials are look into whether he used his position to collect hazardous materials. officials are not saying whether they knew the suspect in a mass theater shooting was anything more than a hard work student. holmes has not been cooperating with police and they say it could take months to learn the exact motive for his alleged attack. early friday on a
ABC
Jul 13, 2012 5:30pm EDT
170 all time temperature records were broken or tied. >> the chances of texas seeing another drought, colorado seeing another epic year of wild fires, all of these things become far more likely. >> reporter: in wisconsin, residents have been banned from watering their lawns and in california, firefighters are on edge. >> we don't have any rain that's going to wet everything down. we get lightning strikes on top of the hills, desert floor and fire starts all over the place. >> reporter: some areas of the south and southwest are getting relief. >> this time of the year, in that part of the country, when it rains it pours and almost always leads to flash flooding. >> reporter: this rain is what neighboring states to the north are still waiting for. >> i assume some day it will rain. we are running out of time. >> reporter: another heat wave is coming through the midwest next week. luckily it won't be as intense as the one we saw earlier this month. >>> a hot topic that caught our attention today, certainly caught yours on line about 20 moms held a nurse in outside of a water park near d
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Jul 3, 2012 6:00pm EDT
. >>> did you know that we rank up near the top with california, florida and texas for running red lights over this holiday? this is according to the national coalition for safer roads. the way we've been handling four way stops you can see why we're concerned. in our state 38% more violations occur this 4th of july week. so for everything you need to know, go to abc2news.com. we have a 4th of july guide. it has everything from cooking tips to lessing firework displace. >>> well, tons of debris and lots of cleanup still ahead of us. >> yesterday we heard noon. today there's a different goal for the bge customers at stevenson and bellona. we'll bring you a live update on when these folks might get their power back. >> how bge reinforcements are hitting the ground running. >> this is a great night to download our weather app. zoo forget our weather app where you can put the radar in motion i'm using it now to track a severe storm moving out of pennsylvania to the hagerstown area. how that might impact central maryland coming up. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ female announcer ] one day it will hit you. by r
ABC
Jul 4, 2012 5:00pm EDT
campout in our house. >> reporter: many are still relying on ice and water delivery. in texas they're chilling out in cooling centers. >> won't be out there all sweaty. >> reporter: out west the biggest concern continues to be wildfires. firefighters quickly put out this raging brushfire in palm dale north of los angeles. there's word the most destructive fire in colorado's history is finally contained. more than a dozen states are banning fireworks over fears of fires. zoos are taking extra precautions in these had the and dry conditions. >> went to see the lions earlier and they had gone back in. >> reporter: it appears everyone is trying to find a way this bet the heat -- to beat the heat. it is expected to continue through the week. reporting for abc2 news new york. >>> emily moses was riding the green line train when it lost power. the driver told passengers the rescue train had lost power, too. the temperatures were in the mid-90s and the terrain was uneven. she was concerned about the preeing -- pregnant women and elderly. >>> pools will operate on two-hour sessions. they will
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Jul 20, 2012 6:00pm EDT
down towards dallas texas. little rock 101, this will branch off and head east unfortunately as we head in to next week. we have the stationary front now, through the evening, going in to tonight. here comes the high pressure out of canada, more of a northerly wind. that's the dry air, allowing to punch through the state that gets us to sunshine and lower humidity. 69 going to around 70 for the low, up in to the 80s tomorrow. we will watch the progress of the front, popping a shower or thunderstorm. it looks to be towards the south of town. the forecast, the rest of tonight, temperatures between 67- 69 degrees cloudy, spotty showers for the rest of the evening. starting on a cloudier note. breaking in with sunshine. showers could hold tough over the eastern shore. your seven-day forecast, a nice day on sunday. sunday is going to be the pick of the next two. 86. back in to the 90s with the human that could trigger a scattered shower and thunderstorm. wham in to next week. i will take 90 over 104 any day. >> it's a walk in the park. >> a night and day difference. >> on the go, a wild
ABC
Jul 5, 2012 5:00pm EDT
tonight, a texas high school principal is charged with using her daughter to plant a camera inside a girl's locker room, not to record the girl's changing but to record the girl's basketball speech during a halftime speech. the principal got complaints that she yelled too much. she maintains no laws were broken. her daughter was in the locker room while the camera was rolling. >> i don't understand why somebody would go to such lengths to break a law to get something to go the way they wanted it to go. >> the principal could arrested and could go to prison for 20 years. >>> a lifeguard saved a man and then lost his job because help went out of his zone. it happened on a south florida beach. let me break it into legalese. it forbids guards from a privately run company to leave the station to help a swimmer in disstraes out of their jurisdiction, liability issues. >> i made my decision of taking the guy over the guard. >> tommy's fellow guards are leaving in disgust. tommy was offered the job back but said no. >>> let's go to our facebook page. this is our hot topic. you can sound off
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Jul 17, 2012 5:30pm EDT
-raisers in texas. we know that's a long shot to win that state. regardless of that, he's raying money in the lone star state. >> thank you. we will see you tomorrow. let's check out the first couple showing a little bit of love. the obamas went to a basketball game last night and ended up on the kiss cam -- not once, but twice. the first time camera shy. the second time puckered up and gave the first lady a relly big kiss. >>> the heat is back and so are the peak rewards. and how long you can expect your air conditioner to be affected. >> a look at the changing face of cataracts. those stories and more at 6:00. here's a preview of what's ahead at 6:30. here's diane sawyer. >> a secret society of successful people. how do they have more energy and make a lot of money. is there something you don't know about, and it's called viagra for the brain. see it on world news. wççÑçÑ >>> who doesn't love a bonus. that's one reason credit cards with loyalty rewards have about so popular but most people aren't taking advantage of them. brian kelly said max migs the programs takes more strategy t
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Jul 10, 2012 6:00pm EDT
o'malley and the louisiana governor on a war of words over texas. >> we're not going to raise texas, unlike other states that have raised their taxes, like maryland and illinois. we have not raised taxes since i've been governor. >> he touted his state's record on taxes while talking about a new business outsourcing center. >>> a closer look at taxes in maryland shows that we're actually paying about 11% of our income toward taxes. according to the tax foundation, maryland ranks number 4 in the country, behind new jersey, new york and connecticut. >>> our state leaders have approved five areas in the state to provide businesses with income tax and property tax credits to help create and keep jobs. the zones include parts of baltimore city and four other counties in the state. these areas will receive more than $35 million in property tax credits next year. >>> a device designed to help here could make a difference for others. >> now i have a child who reads and speaks. >> hearing problems are helping doctors when it comes to diagnosing dyslexia. >>> and good news for housing members
ABC
Jul 4, 2012 5:30pm EDT
renters were paying 15% more than last year. smaller cities like fort worth taxest -- texas they saw the highest. the rent is going up. >>> and the 4th of july may be independence day but it's the biggest day for barbecue. you paid $59.14 for groceries. that's down $2 from last year. >>> cookouts, pool parties and fireworks, a great time to hang out. it's also important to be safe. what you need to know to stay safe. that's tonight on abc2 news at 6 which starts right now. >>> the trial has been set for the man accused of killing her son and loafing the scene of the crime. matthew cheswick's mom talks. >>> triple digits for the next three or more days. there's more than 75,000 still without power. now they're coping, five days in the dark. >> the man police say killed her son is set for trial in december. is celia roe hopes diogo facchini pleads guilty. the trial will be torture for her family. if she had a chance to face facchini in the eye, she would say something that many couldn't. >> reporter: it's been 37 days since matthew cheswick's death but in that short time his mother has doe
ABC
Jul 16, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the country. >> reporter: he comes from houston, texas, where he was chief middle schools officers of the independent school district. he distinguishes himself as a steady leader with problem solving and human relations skills. at 3 1-rbgs he's the youngest superintendent baltimore county has seen in many years but he doesn't let this sway his focus. >> the conversation has to switch. and what it takes to run an organization. that's leader ship, visionary, and there have been many individual wls mountains of experience who have not been successful but i think you have to look at the skill set of man individual before you look at age or any other criteria. >> reporter: disans is anxious to get into more classrooms to talk with teachers and faculty. he said visiting schools keep him grounded and this school system can become the best. >> it's not one person leading the-- district. we're paul leaders. >> now dr. dance plans to continue his listening tours in september and october and plans to talk to staff, the community and students. he wants to gather their input on the school syste
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Jul 24, 2012 5:00pm EDT
texas where a dust storm is being blamed for a massive pileup in the interstate. investigators said there were three separate crashes in the same hear yesterday around the same time due to limited visibility from the storm. the first crash involved 10 cars and left two men dead. the second one involved seven cars and the third was a single carrollover. >>> 200 dogs are now in shelters across pennsylvania after being rescued from one home. now 13 of the pups went to the lucerne county spca. people were showing up to adopt the dogs before they were ready to leave the shelter. >> and we've tried our hardest yesterday. they said come down with the dogs. and they said they weren't ready so we had to come down today. >> some of the rescue dogs are still available for adoption at other shelters president the owners are facing animal cruelty charges. >>> all right. start off with the severe thunderstorm watch for just about the entire state except for garrett county. no active warnings. i think it is a border line severe situation. any storm that does pop up as the potential to intensify. t
ABC
Jul 10, 2012 5:00pm EDT
the chances of texas seeing another drought, colorado seeing another epic year of wildfire, all of these things become far more likely. >> reporter: so does stress in the fields. drought has left a third of the corn crops in key states in poor or very poor condition, which means the cost of corn is going up, and the cost of food will follow. dairy products, beef, chicken all come from animals fed by corn. it's possible the heat wave we just had is just the first one of this summer. there's another mass of warm air ready to roll this way. >>> locally, farmers here at the farmers market have seen a bit of a mixed bag of effects on their crops. those farmers without a source of irrigation to their crops, the heat -- the severe heat can actually produce bigger and better produce. >> if you have proper irrigation and it's hot, everything is going to grow, so our beef this year, this week our -- last week they were huge. they were like jumbo-sized. everything seems to be coming on earlier than normal, because it's been so warm, unseasonably warm for june. >> now, without the means to pro
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Jul 10, 2012 5:30pm EDT
south in terms of active weather. it's all the way from arkansas, louisiana, texas to the outer banks of north carolina. not a moving front, just a stationary front that will kind of shift a little bit, 50, 75 miles in each direction. there's an area of low pressure that has spun up along that boundary and that is spinning in a little bit of unsettled air, allowing for a few showers around maryland, but not any robust thunderstorm action. as we look at the next 24 hours here, you can see most of the action will stay to the south. as we check out the future temps, tomorrow will be warm again, very summerlike, but not excessive heat. we do see signs of excessive heat in st. louis. around here, we still look for upper 80's. overnight, 67 with a few stray showers. 88 tomorrow. but, again, hotter in the heart of the city. tomorrow night, down to 65 with some pretty comfortable temperatures. seven-day forecast, a few tweaks here for you. we have bumped up the numbers just a little bit as we go into the ladder part of the weekend and early next week. so that is the trend right now. >> it feels
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Jul 9, 2012 5:30pm EDT
south as well, right through wednesday, we like that, the big storms burglaring, east texas through new orleans, a real tough travel in the airports tonight. >>> tomorrow, your 2-degree guarantee, just 86 degrees, seasonallable, even a little cooler than average, we like it that way. tomorrow night down to 67, partly cloudy, maybe an isolated storm, here is your 7- day forecast as the numbers remain in the upper 70s and 80s, the bottom line is we probably don't get back to 90 or some intense heat until sunday into next week with luck that looks to be a shorter lived heat event and it probably will heat up again the week after this. >> 80 is good. >> we like the 80s this week, it's a good week to go on vacation. >>> and 2012 news tonight, after ending bush era tax cut two years ago, president obama is making his message clear today when he called for an extension on tax cuts, again, this time only for the middle class, tory dunning is live in washington with what the candidates have to say about the taxes. >> reporter: this is a battle of the middle class, and an issue president obam
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Jul 13, 2012 5:00pm EDT
displaced as a result of this. >>> around the nation starts in southwest texas, storms caused flooding problems. high waters stranded cars and drivers, one man stood on the roof of his car to stay drive after getting stuck. the storms caused thousands in the area to lose power and relief is not expected soon. the national weather service is forecasting more rain over the next couple of days. >>> what was supposed to be a fun peaceful evening turned violent in los angeles. during the art walk event, protesters clashed with police , the protesters chalked the street that was in defiance of a police order not too but things became violent when the demonstrators began throwing cans n?ms:eátááhbottles. >> i was just here for art walk. i walked towards the group of people and i saw the police and turned around because i don't want to get in trouble. >> 20 people were arrested. >>> the fallout continues from the report in to a massive cover up at penn state university. how some believe the sex abuse scandal will taint coach joe paterno's legacy. >>> forget made in the u.s.a., at l
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Jul 11, 2012 5:00pm EDT
jackson and well down towards dallas, texas. this stays away from us, it's close you have to have a spot storm in the forecast in to the weekend and especially next week. look at the temperatures, 80s up and down the eastern third. 87 dulles. 80s over the lakes. yoppedz that, hop over -- beyond that and hop over the mississippi, 90s working. 93 93 oklahoma city. some pushes towards the east. little bit of a dip in the jet streams that's keeping pleasant weather overhead. you go 500 miles towards the south and west and it's baking, hundreds, it's a nasty humid mess out there, that will be starting to push in to the area as we head in to the weekend. especially if to next week. here is the future trend showing again 3:00 píñin the morning, overnight temperatures in to the 60s. there is a pleasant evening. tomorrow we may touch upon 90. we will call 2-degree guarantee of 88. nice night tomorrow night, setting up a nice day for friday. maybe a shower or storm south of town and north of town a little ripple of energy that comes through. nothing to be concerned about. the chance of a spot sh
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Jul 16, 2012 5:30pm EDT
texas lightning killed two spectators sitting under a tree at a soccer game. >> i heard what sounded like a bomb go off. it was like sparks and fire. >> reporter: near phoenix, a summertime dust storm called a haboob. >> look at this massive haboob coming our way. >> now storms in the middle of the country after this fourth heat wave passes. today there are red flag fire warnings and heat advisories spanning the met. 13 states are and some kind of alert. over the next three days the oven like conditions will move east affecting washington, d.c. type above the. the-- to boston. reporting live in new york, scott goldsburg. >> starting to sound like a broken record. >>> 50 people are homeless tonight after sunday morning's early morning fire. two apartment billings were seriously damaged. firefighters needed four hours to get it under control. they are still investigating the cause tonight. >>> baltimore county volunteer fire companies are warning about a telemarketer scam. apparently telemarketers are calling people saying they're with the baltimore county firefighters association but
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Jul 16, 2012 6:00am EDT
lightning strike killed they people and sent two dozen others to the hospital. in texas three were struck while trying to take shelter under trees. one died at the scene, another at the hospital. the third expected to recover. in canada lightning hit a dining at the present time at a rib fest in ontario. 17 people were rushed to the hospital expected to survive. >> we heard people screaming. we saw people running. there was a number of people who had been hit by the after shock of it and went running past us. >> in georgia two men were hit while trying to shelter under trees, one of them a father of 9, he later died. >> get inside. i got to get the dogs in here, get in the interior room. it's picking up. a tornado touched down in virginia on saturday. burt rustle captioned this video of a twister. trees were uprooted and buildings damaged as well. on the website we have section called tornado alley. there is a look at precautions to take and severe weather and watch storm chasers live. head to abc2news.com and look under the weather tab. >>> now a check of out weather. in each of t
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Jul 2, 2012 11:00pm EDT
with the weather app. >> army of lineman coming from canada, texas, florida, louisiana all trying to get the power back. an army just want one guy. >> reporter: today the governor said 800 more crews headed to our area from other parts of the country. that will bring the crews working, up to hurricane irene, one said that it's not good enough. >> >> its been hacked. its been dangerously hot. >> reporter: that's outside. inside. >> this is suffocating. >> no lights, no air conditioning, no fan, no power at all. she can't remember how many times she has called. >> same script thing, we are going to get you when we get to you. . >> reporter: and they may not until the end of this week. it's's not just angela, the neighborhood is out. >> we haven't seen a utility truck yet. >> reporter: at a news conference the governor repeated this message five times, that the unexpected nature and power of the storm is to blame. we will show three. >> we suffered a hurricane impact without the three to four days of hurricane warning. >> it was a hurricane punch without the typical hurricane warning. h
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Jul 10, 2012 11:00pm EDT
unlikely so the chans of texas see ising another drought, colorado seeing another epic year of wildfires, all of these things become far more likely. >> it is also getting hotter at sea. in 2011, the second smallest area of ice on record, and over the last century sea level versus risen by 10 inches. at this point, 2050 miami and new orleans will be under water. >> thes likely heat wave just the first of this summer. there's another ready to role this way. abc news new york. >>> there's some local farmers suffering. whether or not the crops do well depends on the ability to water the farms. they say they will be okay. others are hoping for less heat and more rain. >>> now, maryland's most powerful doppler radar and the forecast certified most accurately weather rate. >> no doubt we have seen extreme weather so far this summer season. now none of that tonight just a couple of showers out there needed rain because we are in a minor drought across the state of maryland and the showers we did see tonight were welcome. we captured a dramatic shower in the land of dramatic pictures o
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Jul 23, 2012 6:00am EDT
out of texas. we have been following this throughout the morning. and at least 11 people are dead after a pickup truck left the highway and crashed into a tree. this happened overnight in the town of goliad about 100 miles southeast san antonio. all the victims were in the same ford f-250 peckup and another 12 people were -- we are talking about 23 people 11 in one car alone. they are dead. some have life-threatening injuries. >>> the decision from the nc a a could be three hourss away what sanctions will be hand down to penn state university's football program as they have taken down the at that time stat you of joe paterno -- statue of joe paterno. sherrie johnson has a preview of what's expected for today. a lot of people are saying the punishment could be severe. >> reporter: a lot going on at penn state. the ncaa plans to announce sanctions against penn state and the football program at 9 this morning. while the statue of the late legendary football coach is gone. it was taken down early sunday morning by the university. they used tarps to keep underwraps as much of the activ
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Jul 6, 2012 4:55am EDT
>>> now, good morning maryland at 4:30. >>> the oldest two year college in texas is having major financial troubles and officials recently filed for bankruptcy, now the school has been granted a $750,000 loan to stay open through the summer. the school owes thousands of dollars in overdue utility bills and some of the dorms are in foreclosure. the college plans to open in the fall and they're looking to find a financial partner for the school. sand, sun, sir, these are all things we love about the beach but they can be dangerous for our electronic devices, there's a variety of cases on the market for smart phones to help had make them safe, everything from the water to the sun, to the stand, so consumer reports found that there's a simple plastic bag with a zipper that can seal and provide protection in the hot temperatures and they can also damage the device. >> don't leave it in the car, pay attention to that. 95 degrees to 100 degrees is sort of the max that you should be looking at. >> so if an unprotected device takes a dip in the water, act fast, remove the battery and sim
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Jul 10, 2012 4:55am EDT
to portions of texas and also new mexico. the activity is on the southern side of things. that stationary front could shift off towards the north and we could get in on a couple of showers and thunderstorms in to the afternoon. st. mayries, a thunderstorm. virginia or southern pat of the state, be prepared for wet weather. upper 60s itemsville and jessup. humid with the dew points in the 60s. now a check of the time saver traffic with loren cook. >>> good morning, there is a house fire in baltimore city, north of patterson park. it shuts down northlinwood avenue. you want to be sure to use lakewood as your alternate route. 895, the construction continues south of the harbor tunnel. no delays as of yet. stick with the fort mc henry or the key bridge, if u using 95, no delays towards the tunnels or south towards 495, a live look at the west side, baltimore national pike. 11 minutes from 795 down towards 95. if you are planning the wed, the most expensive item is most often the wedding gown. brides maybe able to put away purses and step in to a gown for free. >>> what health offic
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Jul 31, 2012 6:00am EDT
case for a family in texas. they lived next to a family and they had a hive in their wall. so it was a huge danger to his wife and daughter. they had to hire a bee expert and his assistant agreed to look into it for free. >> this hive is giving me the appearance it's going to be a little bit but i think it's facade for the mountain of hell that's going to be there. >> i would say 80,000 is a mountain of hell. what they found is a 10 foot tall hive inside and they vacuumed up as many as they could and they are going to a farmer. >> the gentleman swatting the bees, police. please get a -- please, get a shirt. >> for your safety. >> 80,000 bees. >> my biggest nightmare. >> you afraid of bees. >> reporter: i never been stunning but emafraid. >> terrified -- stung but i am afraid. >> terrified. >> reporter: time for caption this. >> what do you have. >> reporter: this was brought in by tom blare. it was his two dogs who you can see are perched looking out thewindow. rory wrote in saying check out the poodle next door. and sarah saying party is over they are home early. and shawn writi
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Jul 12, 2012 4:55am EDT
-- said to upset a crowd in houston, texas. those stories and much more on "good morning maryland." >> thank you for joining us. lauren cook is here and lynette charles has a check on the weather. you know such a good mood because of the weather you were singing earlier. >> i'm not in a good mood because of the weather, i'm in a good mood because you're back. >> and you're back and you're back. we're all together again. >> the weather is going to be nice again today. especially if you like lower humidity levels. we're going to fete some sunshine out there too. >> it didn't feel like 90 yesterday. >> it was 90 though. today is going to be a tranquil thursday. dry with a few clouds still out there this morning and that will be the name of the game through today. seasonable temperatures on tap this morning and that will continue into the afternoon and you know i already talked about the less humidity. that we will be seeing for today. now temperatures doing pretty good. 67 degrees right now in easton. good morning to you. good morning boston 65 and glen ole coming in right around 62
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Jul 12, 2012 6:00am EDT
. we're going to head down to texas for a look at some of the flooding down there. lynette? >> all right, charlie yes showers and storms to the south of us. but we are dry. we need some much-needed rain. when that happens coming up. >> thank you lynette. well traffic is just starting to peck up here on the west side of the beltway at old court road and a new accident on the jfx. >> a live look this morning at times square. trust us it really is there. that's not the traditional shot. to new york there for the latest in techbytes. >> reporter: in today's techbytes, the first under $30,000 all electric vehicle goes on sale in the u.s.. the 2012 mitsubishi car has rear wheel drive, speed sensitive steering and gets about 126 miles a gallon. >>> a sign of the times on the sidewalks of the big apple. the city now has a plan to start turning some old pay phone booths into wi-fi hot spots. the wi-fi will be available around the clock for free. >>> the new pitted head sunglasses can turn anyone into an amateur spy. the glasses conceal a hidden microphone and hd camera allowing wearers to capture
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Jul 24, 2012 11:00pm EDT
in texas. >>> in our consumer alerts hundreds of thousands of strollers are being recalled. some models made between the years of 2004 and september of 2007 because children can become trapped and even strangled in them. only strollers with a child tray and cup holder are part of the recall. you can get a complete list of the numbers at our web site at abc2news.com. if you own the stroller stop using it immediately and contact them for a free repair kit. >>> a lot of people are struggling with their day-to- day finances so it's no surprise many are also having difficulty planning their financial futures. there's a new survey and it finds that less than one-third of us have a a comprehensive financial plan. it isn't just about planning for retirement, it includes short-term needs as well. >> certainly people think about retirement, but planning for rainy days emergencies estate planning and taxes are a part of financial planning. >> experts say investment plans don't need to be complicated a savings account can be a good start and small increments. >>> the next time you go to the
ABC
Jul 23, 2012 4:55am EDT
overnight as 11 people are dead following a pickup crash in texas 100 miles southeast of san antonio. all those injured were in the same ford f250. police are not telling us how bad the other people involved are. the case remains under investigation. 11 dead and just south of san antonio. >>> it's expect to be a emotional day in colorado as the man accused of going on a shooting rampage will make an appearance in court. police say james holmes opened fire during the opening of the dark knight rises early friday morning and sherrie johnson is standing by with all new information. it seems like we got all new information throughout the course of the weekend. every ten minutes we learned something different. >> reporter: that's right. this morning, at 11:30, 24-year- old james holmes, the accused shooter, will appear in court for the first time. university of colorado officials were looking into whether he used his position and graduate program to collect hazardous materials. authorities say he has not been cooperating with police. it could take months to learn the motive for the allege
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Jul 31, 2012 4:55am EDT
imagine having 80,000 living right inside your home. a family of a neighborhood in texas lived next to family with a hive in the wall and it was a dangerous for the man's wife and himself and daughter so a beexpert looked into it for free. >> it will be a little bit but i think this is just a facade for the hell that's going to be here. >> what a great name for a bee company. gotcha. they found a hive 10 feet tall and vacuumed up the bees and they are going to a farmer who can put the bees to good use. >>> at least five structures have gone up in flames sparked by grass fires burning near stillwater oklahoma. it threatened horse farms but at the were released to escape the danger. oklahoma and other parts of the midwest has been plunged into severe drought. temperatures topping 100 degrees. governor declared state of emergency for 77 counties because that extreme heat and dry conditions. >>> could it be another copycat case. >> a student at an ohio school is in serious trouble with the law. what he is accuse of threatening to do. >> the couple who changed their wedding location beca
ABC
Jul 13, 2012 6:00am EDT
few more zs. >> and heavy rains in texas created an emergency for kids at summer camp. this morning we have details on the rescue. lynette. >> so we don't have rain across the area right now. lots of clouds. but that could change. i will tell you when and why coming up. >> reporter: well, traffic is really starting to pick up on the west side of the beltway at liberty road. i am tracking the delays and we will show you the other main lines coming up on "good morning maryland. >> a live look at times square. let's head that way for the very latest in today's tech bites. >> reporter: in today's tech bites yahoo is recovering from a major security breach. 450,000 accounts were affected and some users passwords were stolen. yahoo is working to correct the problem. move over angry birds, amazing alex is the latest smart phone phenomenon. the game reached the number one spot on iphones paid app list in 8 hours. game based on the difficult 1992 brain teaser the incredible machine is available for apple and android devoices. and void uses who -- androidusers will have indoors maps for the p
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Jul 9, 2012 6:00am EDT
states may have to deal with the dns changer. >>> the weather video houston texas. now bracing for flooding there. severe weather hitting the city. as being see it made driving more cautious and dangerous. it's he can spec to get more -- they are expected to get more rain through wednesday. this video from houston but this video of a storm representing through fredericksburg virginia. this is is a dance studio two walls colaped and the roof ripped off. -side two dozen cheerleaders and parents also their teachers. >> -- inside, two dozen cheerleaders and parents also their teachers. >> we were praying to god we wouldn't die. >> miss connie was trying to stay up -- tape up window and saw the funnel and told everybody to get in the dance room. >> we weren't that close from it hitting us. we had stepped foot in there andwe saw it cave in on us. >> two parents were injured as they pull kids to safety. dance studio's roof was blown 100 feet away and landed on top of the house. no one was at the home when the roof came crashing down. >> how scarry for everybody. >> yeah. >> you were talki
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